State Fair Spirits

(660)826-1232 1419 South Limit Avenue
Sedalia, MO 65301-5133
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  • We are firmly entrenched in the era of globalization, and the exchange of culinary ideas has reached a fever pitch. Both casual and fine dining are the cornerstones of entertainment for millions of Americans. Meanwhile, celebrity chefs inspire new generations of home cooks to think outside the box. This zeal for culinary traditions and trends ha... Read More

    From the article Culinary Trends are Changing the Way Wine is Consumed


  • Snooth is proud to announce yet another successful year at ProWein, the International Trade Fair for Wine and Spirits in Düsseldorf, Germany. Over 6,500 wine and spirits exhibitors from more than 60 nations presented to 58,500 trade visitors from 130 countries. This convocation of industry players will set the tone for wine drinking trends both ... Read More

    From the article The Wine Trends Keep Coming


  • Some more dailies to plug holes.This may be arguably the best wine produced in Wisconsin.  Year after year it walks with metals.  This wine maker has a perfect understanding of the grape and proves year after year.BEST OF CLASSInternational Women’s Wine Competition 2016, Sonoma County, CANew World International Wine Competition 2016, Ontario, CA... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What have you bought lately?


  • Nothing works up the senses like a little wine and a Lothario. Earlier this week Vanity Fair reporter Alex Beggs gathered a panel of sommeliers to taste and rate author E. L. James' Fifty Shades of Grey wine, a product named after the writer's sultry novel. Reviews were a quiver of opinions replete with tongue-in-cheek metaphors. “I haven't read... Read More

    From the article Oenophiles Taste 50 Shades Wine


  • Bordeaux gets a bad rap for several reasons. the top wines are ridiculously expensive. They also require significant time in the cellar to really show their stuff, and the style of these wines has changed over the years, becoming bolder, riper, and to many palates both less fresh and less complex. That’s the problem with expensive Bordeaux, but ... Read More

    From the article Values in Bordeaux?


  • I recently had a conversation with a friend of mine and she spoke of headaches with both red and white wines. She also hinted that she thought the possible reason is that the sulfites added to retard spoilage were the possible reason for her head problems.  She plans to finish her theory in the near future by experimenting with wines that are bo... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Sulfites in wine


  • I'm making a lasagne bolognese for a dinner party (the whole deal from scratch, including pasta) and I want to get an interesting Italian red to pair with it. I'd love to get a Barolo but the cost is a bit prohibitive...I'm like to keep it at about 15 a bottle or less.Also maybe a light Italian white to have with appetizers. Unfortunately I live... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Italian dinner party


  • I've recently discovered my interest in wine since turning 21, and I've been learning some of the lingo through this great site.  I'm about to graduate from college in May, and I hope to leave my days of Franzia and refrigerated Yellow Tail out of a solo cup behind.I have a lot to learn, but I just wanted some input from you on how to become a w... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wine Newbie, College Budget


  • The cork vs. screwcap as a wine bottle closure argument/discussion has been done more than once on these pages.  My point here is to encourage some discussion around the merits (or lack-there-of) of arguments in favor of cork as an ethical choice, similar to choosing organic wines, etc.The journalof the Ecological Society Of America published th... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Cork advocacy from the...


  • Eos Petite Sirah 2004

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    I just purchased the EOS 2004 *Brothers Ranch Vineyard" Petite Sirah - but they also make a "Cupa Grandis" (and possibly a Reserve). It was the Cupa Grandis that won awards - I can't find any info for awards earned by the Brothers Ranch bottling:from www.esovintage.com:Cupa Grandis 2004 Petite SirahGOLD MEDAL 2008 American Wine Society Competit... Read More

    Wine review by WineAdventurer


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